all-inclusive+nightlife for 20somethings

Old Aug 4th, 1999, 08:09 AM
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Susan
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all-inclusive+nightlife for 20somethings

planning a sort of "spring break 2000" for a group of girls..want an all-inclusive so food/drink during the day won't be a $$issue..but still want an amazing nightlife outside the resort..suggestions? (no cancun please..we're all out of college and working..we don't want to be surrounded by 16yr olds..)
 
Old Aug 4th, 1999, 08:14 AM
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Susan,
Your best bet would be nassau- The have the most all-inclusives (besides-jamaica) and they have decent nightlife
Nightlife any where in the caribbean -can not even come close to Cancun-But Nassau is good there are several clubs to choose from. Just got back in May from all--inclusive stay at the Radisson Cable Beach - it was worth the money
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Old Aug 6th, 1999, 08:37 AM
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Susan-

My buddies and I have made several such trips. Bahamas--either Nassau or P. Island--is prob your best bet if you don't want to go to Cancun. In Nassau we stayed at the Bah. Princess Hotel and Casino and had a blast. The hotel was just OK but the location was great and the price was right. If $$ isn't an object you might want to try atlantis in PI. It's close enough to action. Jamacia is good too but not as safe a location as it used to be. Also consider Hilton Head, SC (depending on when you want to go) and/or San Juan. All these places are diff but safe bet for early 20's crowd. We're all about 30 now and our trips of this sort are now things of the past (I'm on here trying to get info for my honeymooon) so you and your girls have a few for our group of over-the-hill-Delawarians. Good luck
 
Old Aug 6th, 1999, 11:40 AM
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thanks for the suggestions so far...how about hedonism?? (phase III is supposed to open soon and I would appreciate opinions on the existing one...) or i also heard good things about Aruba..but don't know much about the nightlife..help!
 
Old Aug 6th, 1999, 11:59 AM
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Been to Hedonism. It's really much more of an experience than a vacation. You have to make sure that you know what you are in for before making the reservations and that you are in the mood for that type of trip. Good luck.
 

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